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Frank Altschul Papers, 1884-1986, bulk 1925-1980

Series VI: Photographs, circa, 1920-1960

This series holds photographs of Frank Altschul, his wife Helen, and his parents Charles and Camilla Altschul. It also contains images of Altschul's estate, Overbrook Farm, in Stamford, Connecticut, the Altschul Auditorium at Columbia University, and buildings at the New School for Social Research, which Altschul helped fund.

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Box 110 Folder 8 Altschul, Charles, "The American Revolution in our School Text-Books,", 1929


Box 110 Folder 9 Altschul, Charles and Camilla, undated



Box 201 Oversize Folder 7 Altschul, Charles and Camilla--Early Residences, undated



Box 110 Folder 10 Altschul, Frank, undated


Box 110 Folder 11 Altschul, Frank--Portrait, undated



Box 201 Oversize Folder 8 Altschul, Frank--Portrait Sketch, undated



Box 110 Folder 12 Altschul, Frank and Helen--Early Residences, undated


Box 110 Folder 13 Altschul, Frank and Helen--Library, undated


Box 110 Folder 14 Altschul Auditorium, School of International Affairs, Columbia University,, undated


Box 110 Folder 15 Cordier, Andrew and Dorothy (wife of Andrew Cordier), undated


Box 110 Folder 16 "Joy of the Waters" Statue, 1945


Box 110 Folder 17 National Committee for a Free Europe, 1950s


Box 110 Folder 18 New School for Social Research, undated


Box 110 Folder 19 Overbrook Farm, 1929


Box 110 Folder 20 General, undated